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  • @Meanderpaul Yeah... I can't fucking wait for the next update on the Vivokey. I swear I check the site every other day. So excited to see what all comes of it and get my hands on one... Or rather get one in my hand (ok, most likely wrist).
  • @AlexSmith Thanks! Hadn't really considered the possibility of it falling out before it could be implanted. I cannot wait to get my hands on a pair of these. Looking to place them at the base of my deltoid muscles, just about midway down the outsi…
  • @AlexSmith Just one question? If there is a protective cap covering the needle tip, what is the purpose of the adhesive? I'm sure I'm missing something here, I just figured the cap would keep the implant safely within the injector.
  • I look forward to seeing how the first V2 implants go. Considering placing one on the outside of either bicep as I have a tattoo design I'm working on that has an open space there... Seems like a neat way to use the open space. Can't wait to see how…
  • @Aeris, I agree to an extent. It does look like a lot of fun to *have implanted* but not sure I'd want to solo implant one of these like I did with the V1's... I do look forward to the day I can go to my piercer, whip this out, and say "jab me wit…
  • @ThomasEgi This sounds really fascinating! I can't wait to see what comes of your project. Now I am sorry if we have discussed this in detail before, but have we looked into the possibility of using a super cap/joule thief/wireless charging power …
  • @AlexSmith @puzbiks1 I too would be more interested in a V2 that did not come with the parylene. I have had no migration issues with my V1 which I suspect is mostly due to my implant location of choice. At most, I'd say it migrated 0.5mm sideways fr…
  • Well @AlexSmith, once again, you've outdone yourself. These look absolutely incredible. While I currently have a V1 in my left forearm, I am greatly considering removing it, replacing with a V2, and getting a second to mirror it on the other arm. …
  • @TheGreyKnight I agree, but I doubt people would actually pay attention and use the proposed thread. For example, look at the discussions in "Site Suggestions". heh....
  • @McSTUFF Lyme's Disease isn't fun... Had my own crazy experience with that over the last few years.
  • There's also this...  Edit: click "this" ^
  • @S0III0s, that theory is interesting. I used to play around with high voltages a lot. It was always fascinating how once you get to a certain frequency, you'll burn your flesh, but can't feel the slightest thing. Crazy how nerves work like that.
  • Hello there @muhammadCNN. I am a biohacker of about 2 years with 3 implanted rfid tags, and a radioactive tritium "firefly" implant. Feel free to DM me if you'd like. I'd be more than happy to share about my experiences in this field.
    in CNN story Comment by trybalwolf May 2017
  • @cby We actually already have a thread for that.  http://forum.biohack.me/discussion/1385/human-traffickers-implant-people-with-rfid-chips/p1
  • @Benbeezy Well, I have to admit I am quite impressed. The coating job especially looks pretty great (I really need to start looking into coating techniques).  If these do well through fouling tests and whatnot, I'd definitely place an order for a …
  • I would second that @TheGreyKnight. I feel like if you are attempting to place a ferromagnetic compound underneath your skin in hopes that a magnet will hold to it, you would be better off simply implanting small coated steel rods or pellets. Could …
  • Yes. Thank you, thank you, thank you @AlexSmith. Considering implanting one of these centered just below my sternum. As much as I want one on either cheekbone, I hesitate to do so lest I ever find myself having to hide myself in darkness... Having t…
  • @ChilliEye I would say the same. For me, it takes about a second for my eyes to adjust to be able to see the light from the implant outside at night. (Mind you I live in the city) In a pitch black room, you are able to see light from the implant on …
  • Looks painfully normal. Should have bruising for 1-2 weeks. Just slowly fades over time. All part of the normal healing process.
  • This has actually happened to me every time I have gotten an implant (I have 4 now). Kinda scared me the first time.  The bruising typically shows up the most at 5-6 days, and fully fades away at about 2 weeks.  Unless it begins to hurt again,…
  • This is why I use lastpass. Also many thanks to biohack.me for allowing passwords of 100 characters. Now to go and have it automatically switched out with a new 100 character password. :3
  • Well, kids will be kids. I am sure they don't all have to use their hacks for good. What about one with an implanted form of an rfid skimmer/cloner? He can walk around town picking up IDs that are then stored on his system with location geotags an…
  • Well, I see a few different options you could take here. 1. Inject in the standard location, but rather than inserting the implanting needle from between the thumb and forefinger, insert from further back on the hand than you want the final locati…
  • @FireBreathingReptile I would assume it would be quite visible. With my hands at least, it would be just as visible as my forearm firefly implant which can be seen as a 1-3mm raised bump at all times... I personally love the fact that it is so bla…
  • @actii Unfortunately I do not have a camera that is able to see the implant (yes the few old cameras I have are shit), but I am really happy with it. I actually wake myself and others up on occasion by accidentally putting my arm near their face in …
  • @AlexSmith @FireBreathingReptile Having one of the V1 tritium implants myself, I am actually really curious as to the answer to this question as well. I assumed maybe 200 or so, but how many have actually been distributed? Edit: I absolutely love …
  • Glad you found some of the feedback interesting! I am actually in the process of filling out the interview questions right now. Have 8 pages done, with 1 to go. Overall the questions are really interesting and well chosen.
  • Interesting discussion. I am actually glad you brought it up as I can contribute to this one. My parent's placed me in a private christian school at the age of 5. After finishing the first grade my parents pulled me out of school and started homes…
  • The implant procedure that I intend to follow will be basically the same as implanting anything else... i.e. the standard method? I plan to make an incision with a scalpel, use a probe to separate the dermal layers creating a pocket, insert and su…
  • Mine is bright enough now after a month that I use it as a light to see objects up to 6" away in an otherwise dark room. Like a little dim flashlight in my arm.